InterContinental Hotels Group to deliver pay rises to workers
Friday, 25 May 2012
Staff at InterContiental Hotels Group (IHG) are to receive an
employee bonus in the shape of a pay rise.
The move has been made to combat the rising costs of the London Living Wage, which mayor Boris Johnson announced is currently at £8.30. The increase will be phased in over the course of five years, reports EmployeeBenefits.co.uk.
Pay rises will occur in each of IHG's eight London hotels, with 850 workers expected to benefit from them.
Stephen McCall, managing director for UK and Ireland at IHG, told the news provider:"We made a commitment to become a London Living Wage employer in all the London hotels we manage over the next five years."
Elsewhere, workplace savings platform Hargreaves Lansdown Corporate Solutions recently unveiled a new flexible benefits package.
It will provide workers with total reward statements, flexible benefits services and auto-enrolment, thanks to new technology from Staffcare.
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